Satisfactory tools, helpers & tips


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production chain calculator https://rblom9517.pythonanywhere.com/satisfactory
vertical conveyor layouts https://imgur.com/a/7mzPdg8 https://imgur.com/a/jOlQy0z
You can stack splitters right now by attaching them onto stacked belts and then removing the belts https://www.reddit.com/r/SatisfactoryGame/comments/b2llgm/thinking_about_splittersmergers/
balancer layouts https://imgur.com/a/TnomMFk
auto gathering https://reddit.com/r/SatisfactoryGame/comments/b3b8ap/autogathering_by_pressing_tab_while_manual/
stacking splitters and mergers https://imgur.com/a/98hsAnJ
more than 5 players https://www.reddit.com/r/SatisfactoryGame/comments/b32srd/getting_more_than_five_people_in_game/
1x1 item elevator https://reddit.com/r/SatisfactoryGame/comments/b3ycyz/ultracompact_1_foundation_belt_elevator/
another calculator https://nulifier.gitlab.io/satisfactory-calc/#/

Storing my tools

Ever since we moved into a new apartment (one without basement or an extra room, to store bulky stuff you don't need often) earlier this year, my tools and miscellaneous DIY–consumables have been sitting in a transparent IKEA box in our living room. It was not a very visually pleasing solution, to say the least. So I started looking for cheap, old tool cabinets, preferrable one with wheels online.

After a couple of months with a few failed attempts where I actually found one that I liked but the sale never happened (whats up with private sellers being so uncommitted and flimsy?), last weekend we finally rented a car and drove to Schönefeld to buy the most beautiful tool cabinet I've ever laid eyes on 😍

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It's about 30% bigger than what I was aiming for, turns out that's a good thing because I greatly underestimated the amount of tools & misc tool-related stuff I own. Also there's some room for expansion.

I spent the rest of the weekend cleaning, removing rust, treating and refurbishing the wood. Also I got some very simple & cheap wooden boxes from modulor, that I fitted with some feet so they can be stacked & interlocked with each other.

All my tools are out of sight & I now have workbench where I can build stuff.

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